Samsung hasn’t exactly done a good job keeping the Galaxy S6 Active a secret. Just yesterday we got a good look at the device thanks to a set of leaked renders, but now the company has completely spilled the beans.
A user guide for the Galaxy S6 Active was spotted on Samsung’s website (we’ve included the link in the source below, but can’t promise how long it will stay active) and shows plenty of photos of the phone with AT&T branding.
Samsung’s new phone will apparently sport a 5.1-inch Quad HD display, an Exynos processor, 32GB storage, a 2550mAh battery, and a 16-megapixel rear camera with a new mode for shooting underwater. It runs Android Lollipop and offers something called the “Activity Zone” for collecting all your fitness tracking data. Of course, it’s also dust and water-resistant.
Unfortunately, we still don’t know how much the Galaxy S6 Active will cost or when it’s set for release. But after today’s leak it likely won’t be too long before Samsung makes an official announcement.